They’re basically wearing those wrap-around old people sunglasses while doing a Doug Henning impression. THE WOULD OF ILLUSION, THANK YOU. There was a lot of snark on Twitter today regarding Microsoft’s announcement, but it’s unwarranted. Not because HoloLens is the product we all need, but because it’s a step. We’re still in the birthing suite for what will be awesome tech our great grandkids use.
I’ve been working from home since 2009. In that time, I’ve got a good handle on what makes a useable and effective home office. Here are some gift ideas for the home worker on your list, culled from the items I use and enjoy every day.
Apple’s new iPad will be released in the US today, and developers are preparing their apps for its high-resolution display. As of this writing, the folloing apps are ready to look fantastic on Apple’s Retina display, among others:
I met Kyle from iFixit two years ago at Macworld Expo. He’s a stand-up guy and told me about flying to Japan to be the first to get a device (I think it was an iPhone, but I’m not sure). I love people who absolutely adore what they do, no matter what that is. Kyle and his cohorts have that spark, and it’s great.
“The slingshot emulates a USB mouse, so it really is a plug ‘n’ play. It translates the physical use of the slingshot in to appropriate mouse controls. With a real slingshot, you tilt the slingshot and stretch sling. “